Author: Alex Crooks

Chronique Des Silencieux – PC Review
PC Reviews

Chronique Des Silencieux – PC Review

It’s the 1970s in southern France in Pierre Feuille Studio’s new detective game Chronique Des Silencieux. You play as Eugène, a young Frenchman who has been sent to Bordeaux to spend some time with his Uncle, who upon arrival you learn has been arrested by the local police. After a quick visit to the local station, Detective Malseki will throw you and Eugène into the police world and set you on the path to becoming Mériadeck’s best private eye. With your trusty tape recorder in hand and your detective hat on, it’s up to you to solve the many mysteries surrounding the town. Mysteries, Murders and… a brothel? - Solving the Story of Chronique des Silencieux Gameplay Chronique des Silencieux focuses on a point and click exploration of Mériadeck where you will speak to different charact...
Buried Alive: Breathless Rescue – PC Review
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Buried Alive: Breathless Rescue – PC Review

Race against time and break free from your coffin in Geekon’s Buried Alive: Breathless Rescue to save your love from the claws of a mysterious stranger who’s intent on ruining your relationship. Buried Alive: Breathless Rescue is a single player horror game where players start in a forgotten crypt and have to complete tasks and puzzles to free themselves from the confines of their coffin. Break free and unveil dark secrets This review contains spoilers for the end of the game - read at your discretion. Gameplay Buried Alive: Breathless Rescue wastes no time in getting into the story. As Jack, the protagonist, wakes from his slumber, the player finds themselves trapped in a coffin with only a lighter, his almost-dead phone and a knife buried in his thigh for company. With no introductio...
Roots of Pacha – Nintendo Switch Review
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Roots of Pacha – Nintendo Switch Review

Stardew Valley meets prehistoric times in Soda Den’s debut game, Roots of Pacha. Become part of a close-knit Stone Age community, discover new “ideas”, plant new crops, befriend animals, and help your village develop through the period in the simple but compelling farming simulator game. Roots of Pacha can be enjoyed alone or you and your friends can explore the early days of civilisation with up to four-player co-op. Prepare for your Right of Passage After a dispute with publisher Cryvito, Roots of Pacha was delisted from Steam. It has taken some time, but Soda Den finally released Roots of Pacha for PC and Mac on April 25th of this year, with its Playstation, Switch, and Xbox landing on the 28th November. I’m in my cozy gaming era right now and was super excited to pick up Pacha on ...